“I was very bored”: Gérard Jugnot, this program in which he did not like to participate
It was a shoot that visibly marked him, but not necessarily for the right reasons. Last December, Gérard Jugnot has agreed to take part in Camille & Pictures, moderated by Camille Combal and broadcast on TF1. On this issue aimed at retracing the year 2022, Arthur Jugnot’s father was not alone, since he was accompanied by Camille Lellouche, Elie Semoun or Caroline Anglade. At the time, his behavior in this program had been criticized by Internet usersthe latter accusing the actor of being too withdrawn and of having come only to promote himself. Guest of the show In the retro this Monday, January 9, the 71-year-old actor finally explained why he had not particularly enjoyed participating in the TF1 show.
“I was told what was on social media… I did a show with Camille Combal where I was very bored“, he revealed on the airwaves of France Bleu, before explaining the reasons. “There were too many people, I couldn’t hear a thing… I ate popcorn the whole time“, detailed Gérard Jugnot, who tried to put things into perspective. “But if you want, I’ve done so many things that after a while, it’s not very serious all that“, estimated the one who shares his life with Patricia Campi. “Why ? What was said about that?“asked Deborah Grunwald. “That I came to do my after-sales or pre-sales service“, explained Gérard Jugnot, specifying that he “was careful” when he was invited in the media.
Gérard Jugnot no longer wants to feel “guilty”
A popular actor, Gérard Jugnot is now a regular in the media. With more than forty years of career to his credit, the former member of the Splendid became one of the most popular French actors. In a recent interview with Bernard Montiel on RFM, the interested party confided in his relationship to the passage of time. While the host asked him if this question “concerned” him, Arthur Jugnot’s father responded : “Well yes… yes and no…“, he replied, hesitantly, before getting away with humor. “As the other said: the further we go, the fewer people there will be who knew Napoleon.“, he confided. “What else to do but be happy?“Gerard Jugnot then wondered more seriously. “Trying to be happy every day?“, asked Bernard Montiel. “Yes it’s important“, estimated the actor. “It is also overcoming the past to try to be happy now. It is overcome our demons of the past or our guilt“added his interlocutor. “Absolutely ! That, guilt, I’ve given a lot but I’m in a pretty good time of life“, confessed Gérard Jugnot.
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